Transcript:Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England/v2p522


Volume 2, Page 522

m. 28 Apr. 1684. had Sarah, b. 12 Oct. 1687; Margaret, 8 Apr. 1690;
and Susanna, 4 Dec. 1692. He was a capt. and merch. trad. to
Newfoundland, Sal Tortugas, and Barbados, and d. a. 1695, leav. decent est.
His wid. m. Philip English, as sec. w. THOMAS, Westfield, s. of John
of the same, m. 22 July 1692, Sarah, d. of David Ashley, had five ch.
of wh. four, Thomas, b. 27 Nov. 1692; Moses, 10 Feb. 1695; Miriam, 4
June 1697; and David, 30 Sept. 1699, outliv. him. He had 21 Jan.
1708, for sec. w. Abigail, d. of Samuel Blackman, wid. of Hezekiah
Dickinson, mo. of famous Jonathan and Moses; rem. to Springfield;
and his w. d. 30 Mar. 1719; and in May 1720 for third w. had Ruth
Childs of Watertown; and d. 14 Nov. 1732. Often the name writ. was
Ingerson. Nineteen of this name had been, in 1834, gr. at the N. E.
coll. of wh. only three at Harv.

    INGHAM, JOHN or JOSEPH, Saybrook, m. 20 June 1655, Sarah,
perhaps d. of John Bushnell, had Joseph, b. 30 Aug. 1656; and Sarah,
11 June 1658; was freem. 1669; and often the name begins with H.
JOSEPH, New London, prob. s. of the preced. by w. Mary had Benoni,
b. 10 June 1686. SAMUEL, Saybrook, perhaps s. of the preced. m. 3
Nov. 1686, Rebecca Williams, had Samuel, b. 14 Mar. 1688, d. next
mo.; Rebecca, 13 Dec. 1689; Sarah, 14 Dec. 1692; Joseph, 19 June
1696, d. in 10 days; Samuel, 28 July 1697; Hannah, 29 Feb. 1700;
Thomas, 24 Sept. 1702; Abigail, 17 Sept. 1705; and Daniel, 4 May
1710. THOMAS, Scituate 1640, a weaver, had Mary, b. 1647; Thomas,
1654; Sarah, 21 Jan. 1658, perhaps, tho. Col. Rec. has 1647; and
John, 1663. In Mar. 1676 his w. Mary was accus. of witchcraft, and
he was suspect. but the jury acq. the w. and no more nonsense of that
sort was brot. forward in the old Col. of Plymouth. The great success
of the devil in destroy. women bec. they were old, was in the chief Col.
of Mass. Perhaps they came from Norfolk, Eng. In a very curious,
modern book, about the charit. Instit. of the City of Norwich, I find the
desire of Thomas I. the younger, citiz. and merch. of N. 1451, to be bur.
on one side of a partic. ch. where his f. chooseth his sepult. and in ano.
ch. of the same city, Sir Oliver I. knight, wh. d. 1292 was bur. No
doubt the name, like so many others is deriv. from the place where first
the fam. resid. Ingham is a parish on E. coast of Norfolk, in the hundr.
of Happing.

    INGLES or INGLISH, MAUDITT, or MAUDETT, Boston, a fuller of
Marlborough, Wilts, came in the James 1635, from Southampton, had
Hannah, b. 2 Mar. 1639, bapt. 6 Sept. 1640, he hav. been rec. into the
ch. the day preced.; Mary, 17 Nov. 1644, a. 4 days old; and Samuel, 7
Mar. 1647, a. 9 days old. Hannah m. 2 July 1654, Samuel, s. of Augustine
Clement, wh. was fellow-passeng. with her f. and she d. 9 Apr. 1658.